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  • Here We Go Again (Live)
  • The Hives
  • Brixton Academy (4th May 2002)
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The Hives performing ‘Here We Go Again’ at Brixton Academy in London (4th May 2002).

“Coming to Great Britain, I have given a bit of thought to this thing with the monarchy okay? So everybody listen up, words of wisdom coming your way courtesy of Mr. Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist okay? And here’s what I’ve figured out. The monarchy is fine… but there can only be one king: Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist! So you people have that fixed by Monday okay?”

“Ladies and gentlemen, Londoners and outside residents. A man who is clearly not Randy Fitzsimmons, master of the Telecaster, Mr. Nicholaus Arson!”

look brixton is going to be so fucking good bc loads of people i love are going and im gonna get drunk and cry and i might need someone to hold me up

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GIGsoup: Hozier – Brixton Academy, London – LIVE REVIEW 

2nd February, 2016

“Hozier came on shortly thereafter to an enamoured crowd, quietly introducing himself before breaking into ‘Like Real People Do’. Hozier stormed through the first half of his set, accompanied by a stellar backing-band; seeing backing singers, two keyboards, guitars and a chellist. Reaching the mid-point of the evening, Hozier announced that the next song was not written by him, but by John Lennon, before breakinging into The Beatles’ ‘Blackbird’.

The crowd was immersed throughout the whole performance. Whenever prompted they would clap and sing to the singer or band’s command. This was seen in full force for ‘To Be Alone’, which was preceded by Hozier asking the crowd if they could “help me sing a few notes.” For ‘In A Week’, Hozier invited Karen Cowley from Wyvern Lingo onto the stage for a powerful duet, made more potent by the fact that it followed immediately after the hammering ‘Arsonists Lullaby’.” [Read More]